Chester is negotiating with his employer for a deferred compensation salary continuation plan. Chester has been a valuable employee even though he is only 42 years old. He is asking for EITHER a payment of $100,000 per year from age 62 until 72 or a payment of $130,000 from age 66 to 76. He intends to adjust his retirement based on the option chosen. His employer is considering each option, and with a significant degree of “risk of loss” for Chester due to his young age, they do not want to fund the account “too early”. As such, they would like to know the amount of money they would have to deposit into a NQDC account, as a lump sum, on Chester’s 60th birthday, if the investment account makes 4%. From this calculation, they can determine which option will be cheaper for the company. How much will each option cost?